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SECTION ONE: TIME-CONSCIUOS URBAN DESIGN Preface ¿ missing. (Max 3 pages) 0. The authors/contributors 1. Introduction: the unsustainable lasting of time-unconscious urban design 1.1. Space and people: the case for socially sustainable urban design 1.2. Three core messages, or what we mostly should do 1.2.1. Adjusting the bourgeois city 1.2.2. Overcoming the cultural brake 1.2.3. Approaching time-conscious urban design 2. Time-conscious urban design: a common ground 2.1. Space and people: a literature review and the case for urban design 2.1.1. The knowledge of order and complexity 2.1.2. The beauty of order and complexity 2.1.3. The building of order and complexity 2.2. Time-conscious urban design: clues of a starting point 2.2.1. Cultural biases and disciplinary contradictions against time-conscious urban design 2.2.2. Notices of time-conscious urban design: practices and projects SECTION TWO: ANALYSIS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE CITY 3. Analytical techniques for a sustainable city: kicking off the toolbox 3.1. Practicing an oxymore: life-world, technical knowledge and the need for episteme-diversity 3.2. The tools 3.2.1 Peter Newman, Travel Time Budgets as a Tool for Sustainable Urban Design 3.2.2 Graeme Evans, The Generation of Diversity: Mixed Use and Urban Sustainability 3.2.3 Sergio Porta and Vito Latora, Multiple Centrality Assessment 3.2.4 John Renne, Measuring the Success of Transit-Oriented Development Using a Sustainability Framework: TOD Outcome Analysis 3.2.5 Nastaran Azmin-Fouladi, Accessibility and User Needs in Transport: Street Audit Toolkit 3.2.6 Eugenio Morello and Carlo Ratti, Raster Cities: image processing techniques for environ-mental urban analysis 3.2.7 Ombretta Romice and Hidebrand Frey, The Communities in Action Handbook 3.2.8 Geneviève Vachon, Carole Després, Aurore Nembrini and Florent Joerin, Collaborative Plan-ning and Design for a Sustainable Neighbourhood on Quebec City¿s University Campus 3.2.9 Barbara Golicnik, GIS Behaviour Mapping For A Provision Of Interactive Empirical Knowledge, Vital Monitoring And Better Place Design 3.2.10 Kevin Thwaites and Ian Simkins, Experiential Landscape: revealing hidden dimensions of people-place relations 3.2.11 Alice Mathers and Ian Simkins, Approaches of Inclusivity: Alice Mathers, Part 1: Listening to and understanding the voices of people with learning dis-abilities in the planning and design process Ian Simkins, Part 2: Listening to and understanding the voices of young children in the plan-ning and design process 3.2.12 Cathryn Chatburn, Missing title, missing paper but waiting to receive it. Leave 6-7 pages. CONCLUSIONS
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City planning -- Environmental aspects.